Happy monday friends! It's the 30th of November and today marks the LAST day of Kelleigh Ratzlaff's personal and lofty challenge to make 30 ornaments in 30 days from her wonderful templates. The girl is an ornament making machine I tell you! Check out Kelleigh's blog for amazing ornament ideas. Along the way, she had some help from her creative team girls and it's my honor to help with the final post of the month.
Eeek! Fun huh? This little gingerbread house for Frosty was made using Kelley's Gable Box template. It's the same one I used for the holiday gift box on THIS post.
What a fun little gift box huh? I embellished the front to resemble a gingerbread house and stamped the back and side panels with vintage cream ink from papertrey. Don't you LOVE that puffy snowman sticker? I've had a packet of these Mrs Grossman's snow people rolling around in my stash for a few holiday seasons now and this one is perfect here!
I made the roof by layering border punched strips up the top of the box. The teeny "candy drops" decorating the strips are dimensional fabric paint. They add a great shine and dimension to the box.
Just like frosting huh? White and red dimensional fabric paints look just like cookie frosting!
The red ribbon handle looped through the hole punched in the top serves as an ornament hanger too so the gift recipient can use this as an ornament once their gift is retreived from the box. Thanks to Kelleigh for all of the ornament making fun this month and thanks to all of you for coming by today! Have a good one!
Template: Kelleigh Ratzlaff
Paper: Papertrey ink and DCWV
Sticker: Mrs Grossmans
Punch: Ek and Martha Stewert
Craft supply: dimensional fabric paint and satin ribbbon